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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii,
j Editorial Rooms,
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
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I A, F. Judd, '
i A. S. Kalciopu.
JOUSE OF REPRESENTA
' TIVES ..-; .
L John K. Kamanoulu,.
tf E. A. C. Long,
'; A. Q. Marcallino,. .
4 Norman Watkins,
i William Williamson,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L Castle,
S. P. Correa,
' Edwifi Fernandez, .
S. K. Mahoe.
. JohnC Lane. .
. John Cathcart.
Robert W. Shingle
)".' , JUIUUb D1UMIUII
I ?? CITY CLERK
-.y D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Walalua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
Many people lead bad lives thaj
vouldjglfldly lead good ones( but do
Jim juiuw nyw vo uuinc mc cuango,
4-Ftanklfn. - "....-.
iAnyono bellovlng In Anderson Grace
ust bo crazy. '
Most every cur thinks of those hi
ilocsn't like, ns yellow dogs. '
I AgKrcsslvo work 'Is tho greatest pro
motor of harmony that' has ever bocri
i Voting down llosslsm 'la tho pVrJ
tlculnr business to which the people
tfiould dovoto themselves this year. :
If you uro honestly opposed to
Iiokh rulfej'you ylll llrio' up with tbej
lfirces actively supporting the'Ilepubf
'Mr. Ilryan having refused to nc
ilipt any otllco Is now perfectly free
tji Hock by himself nnd not worry
irnyono In particular.
f Hamlltonlun Graft would be a prct
, if good nituio for tho new club to bq
organized by United States Senator;
(irluier nnd his frlt'nilH.
J - " '
I Not for the Inst fifty years havo
tliero been such large numbers of din-
tlngulshed ' ex-Corlgressmen taggod
liruvlous tg the clvvtlon,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rctsii Mootu a .n
Pet Yr, inrwhtttlnU.S l.oo
PttYeu, tnywhtrr n Cin.d.,, I. Bo
PtrVttr iKMiptld, loitun a.oo
ntmd tl th PMtoffic l IIODolihl
M Mcond-ctMi matter.
SEPTEMBER 21, 1010
The Chlncso Prlnco traveling across
tho continent with Charley Schwab
makes It clear that sonic of those
now Chinese warships will fall to tho
lot of tho Steel Trust
Japan has been so busy looking af
ter revolutionists In Its nowly nn
noxed territory, that It has been al
most taken by surprise by tho dang
erous spirit that Is abroad among Its
"IlooRovclt Insurgents" appears In
tho platform of Colorado Republi
cans, nnd It begins to look as it tho
Empire. Stato of New York might fol.
low up the good examplo set by the
pioneer spirit of tho West ,
All the leaders of the War Depart
mcht havo united In recommending n
moro Important rating' for Hawaii's
military establishment and wo cin
hardly Imagine President Taft doing;
other than giving his approval.
Wnrdcn .Henry's luck changed tho
day ho was given control of the Re
publican organization Jn his district
So tho kahunas liuvo a perfect right
to predict a victory for tho Republi
can party on account of tho capture
nt Anderson1 Grace. ' f
, "For badwhlskcy to mako mysolf
known" In 'Thirtieth, district Uo.I
This Is the' way ft defeated candidate
in; aan,.i'rnncieco nieu ono or nis
items of oleotlcpn otpense. -Jlo probi
aoiy realizes' now inai nc wouiu nave
been mora successful nh'd ho mado
himself known by cither good whis
key' or none at all.
f BOSS M'CANDLESS' ISSUE. .
. Iloss McCandless starting on his
Island tour,' Immediately on boarding
the steamer, regaled all whom he
could bring within hailing distance,
with' HIS views on the Immigration
Thus we find the Doss Incessant and
untiring in his attack on tho prosper
ity til tho Territory, merely because
he, 13" fjrcil with tho hopo that lie can
fool; tho people and gratify his pas
sion for office.
' In one' respect the citizens may con
sider' thetnselVes fortunate In this
campaigns T)ie true character of tho
man1' dictating the opposition lf
brought Into the open early in the
proceedings'.. "The' Doss having 'whip
ped his party nto' line; nnd a groat
number1 oi 'tho reputable' voters out
of it, is Rasing all his future pros
pects on his .ability to fool the peoplo
that ho may later boss thtnj '
Immigration 'has been ono of tho
cornerstonos of Hawaii's 'devolojmtcnt
Continuation of tho Immigration Is. ab
solutely 'essential to 'the preservation
of the present 'standard of prosperity
for the worltlngman, Capitalists 'who
have, made two fortunes and -r6 able
to retire to 'California 'fat'ioriod of
depression strikes 'Hawaii, might not
have the Wmo Interest as' the citizen
Who has to support his family by re
turns 'from his' manual labor)
-'but' tne Does Is striving to mako It
appear otherwise. Ho Is banking his
'desire to hilobn'hls success In fool
ing tho bverago worklngmnn of tho
Shall he -be allowed to do It?
- 'ghat's 'the (issue" bo'fbro tho pooplo.
And the p'e'ojilo "usually vote right
when th.ojrhyo a deflnlte, clonrjcif
t74V 'i'KvSiU.V '
' Defeat of Cannon himself would bo
hardly more disastrous to tho "stand
pat" wlrig of tho Republican party
than tho failure of Congressman Taw
ney to receive the endorsement of Ms
party In the form of a renoralniitlon,
This, roupled with tho fnlluro of thu
Vlro President to carry hlfl homo dis
trict In party organization represen
tation puts a mos: dismal nnhhtn;
touch to tho control of tho combina
tion that hits held the Republlgan par-
The Interstate Com
merce Commission gives
the total number of
casualties to passen
gers on railways for
the year ending June
on innn n. fnllnm...
Killed, 253; injured,
10,311. During tne pre
ceding year the record
was: Killed, 381; in
Many thoughtful peo.
pie provide themselves
with accident insur
ance policies before
starting on a trip to
the mainland. The
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.,
sells policies which
protect man and wife
as well as a single per
son. FOR SALE
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice 6f two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A PERFECT SYSTEM
Of Instantaneous Communication
ty In tho hollow of Its hand for so
Tho political rovolutlcn that wns ro
ferrcd to as remarkablo when tho re
turns from Kansas and California pri
maries camoln, Is now rising to stu
Somo believe that this upsetting of
tho old order in the Ilopubllcan ranks,
means assured succesn for the Dem
ocrats. In this they' lire decolvlng
themselves, Tho revolt In the Demo
cratic party has been going on for
several yean. It Is now Intensified
by the refusal of Br)in to follow thd
wny that has been marked out for
him by Ms party, hut what Ilryan
will do no ono will attempt to fore
cast. Hut tho liberal Democrat, or
moro correctly tho Insurgent Demo
crats, are working along much U19
same lines. s tho Insurgent Ilepub
Means. Thero is a; now Bitlrlt abioad
In tho land, and tho tendoncy of In-
Burgyit Democrats to thq ranki of
i" v. a
During this month only we offer the following choice
Kaimiiki residences for purchase, upon terms within the
reach,' of anybody, desirous of acquiring a home. Small cash
payment; and balance in monthly instalments. Call and get 1
particulars of these two .special bargains before they are
t withdrawn: ,
, - NO. 1 Three-bedroom house bh car line. Spacious la-j-
, , nals. Newly papered. and painted throughout.
Lot 100x225, covered with shade and fruit
trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
'NO, 2 New two-bedroom -bungalow. ,' Magnificent view
i: - of two oceans; adjoining Kaimukl Crater (re-
served as a park). Either one or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Three-bedroom furnished bungRlow oh-the Kaimukl car
line. One of the. most comfortable homes in Honolulu.
Two story 10 room
modern house; all mod
ern improvements; 75
by 140 lot; city arte,
sfan water. Property
is close -to' car-line,
Ws ndvcrtlso watches and
Wo nro 'enthusiastic when wo
spenk of 'them, becauso wo
wantr you to know tho pleas
ure of owning and carrying
a good watch.
You may 'havo a watch
now. Uut Is It a good ono (
one that tolls the tlmp cor
rectly? Most watches don't.
It we should meet you faco
to face and present tho mer
its of our watches, you would
soil tho old and buy tho new.
Wo handle HOWAItD, WAL
TIIAM nnd SWISS watches.
Our guarantee goes with
& Co.. Ltd.,
tho Insurgent Republicans will un
questionably bft.mnre marked and ef
fective than tho movement of dls-.
gruntled Republicans to tho Demo
Tho recent result In Maine may be
presented ns disproving this conclu
sion, Uut Malno had no well defined
Insurgent Republican candidates In
the field, Furthermore Maine Ih
struggling with tho ancient nnd fnrc
leal Prohibition law. Tho ltopubll
enn party under tho sway of tho Old
Guard endorsed the Prohibition law
flatly. This gavo the Progressive cle
ment, tho young Republicans, no oth
er choice than to vote for the Demo
cratic, candidates who aro pledged to
securo 11 resubmission of tho Prohibi
tion clause of tho Stato constitution
to n voto of tho people.
Except whoro thoro Is fcomo local
Isstto ns oxlsttxl In Malno, tho Insur
gent Republicans and insurgent Dem
ocrats nro making common cause, nnd
)i i; 0
Mercbwt 8treti ) XS2Z3S3IL.
I t. v
tho whole movement Is crystnlllzlng
under the leadership' of the Progres
Standpatters will be few nnd fnr be
tween In the next Congress but tho
control will be In the' hands of the
Progressive. Itapubllcnhs whoso cause
Is ono that appeals to n steadily wid
ening circle of thoughtful clthcns.
Progress, progress will real life In
It, is the spirit of tho hour. Demo
crats tied up (0 boss rulo nnd Demo
crats blatantly declaring for n pol
icy that" will bring on un ern of de
pression, nro struggling to pel petit
ate terrible errors In government, and
at the sarho tlmo nro moving against
tho current of public Opinion. They
will not succeed.
Only Few Cases of Any In
terest Heard at Morn
This morning tt the pollco court,
thcro were only a fow smalt cascr.
nnd, boyoirU tho fining of a. Japanese
who pleaded guilty to selling liquor
without a license, thcro wns nothing
doing.' Morthata throw up the Bpongo
ns regards defending himself on tho
chargo of running a' blind pig, 'and
Judge Andrado soaked him 1100 and
Another enso that at ino time prom
lsed to bo Interesting was .that In
which a Porto .Itlcnn named Aiitoulo
Ramon, was sentenced to three
months Jnll for vagrancy. Tho man
was said, by tho police, to havo been
living a disorderly llfo at Iwllci, One
of tho witnesses In tho cneo was h
Porto Hlcnn woman nnd she, upon
leaving tho witness stand, was threat
ened by a lady friend of tho prisoner.
Tho assertion was mndo that the
friend had a razor concealed in her
garter. Judgo Andrado at onco order
ed that the womrn bo searched for
the weapon; tho Judgo meant for tho
matron to uudcrtako tho Job, but tho
Porto Rlcan damsel jiromtply elovut
ed her skirts In tho courtroom and
displayed her hosiery.
Tho Judge brushed nnd tho court
officials stood ns If mesmerized till
a pollco officer grabbed' the lady and
conducted her down stairs. Ki razor
was found by tho matron, hut tho wo
man wob booked for Investigation by
Another ease that lasted some time
wns that lit which a slago driver was
cliarfd ' tcallng somo .twenty"-
five pin.. , I'M from a Japanese far
iii".' Tho c 'ilcnco wns clenr enough
hut I.tghtfr t Jr., who appeared1 for
tho ' 'nn claimed that pineapples
wt "leu ull tho tlmo by tourists
who lushed the complainant's ranch
on tho Walalua road,
The Japanese said that he knew
tourists took a plncapplo or so some
times, hut that tho accused had taken
twenty-nvo on this occasion, nnd that
tho complainant, had no doubt
that tho alleged thief hnd carted away
dozens lu tho same, manner.
Tho caso was not finished at nooij
tlmo, but a decision will probably bo
given this nfternoau somo tlmo; C. Y.
Chillingworth Is appearing for tho pro
secution. Ten alleged gamblers appeared In
court but only ono of them convicted;
ho was fined $10 nml cosIb, and thn
rest of thq bunch wcro nllowod to go
frco, Ono drunk, Souza tho boozer,
paid his respects to .Judgo Andrado.
and he decided that four dollars
would about meet tho caso. All tho
other cases wf ro Bent ovor nnd court
adjourned till tlils afternoon.
Illinois Junior Senator Squirms
Under Smart of Roosevelt
. Stinsine Rebuke, '
CHICAGO, Sept. 10. A torso noto
of resignation from tho Hamilton
club, of which ha had been a mem
bcr many years, was tho reply mado
hero today by United Ptates Senator
William Lorlmer to the actjon of
tho club president, John II. Ilatton,
In withdrawing his Invitation to tho
Roosevelt banquet Thursday night
While Senntor Lorlmer urged that
his resignation ho nccoptod Immedi
ately, It la said his friends on tho
club board of governors probably
will rofuse to voto Its acceptance.
Tho (correspondence from Preil
dent Uatten to Senator Lorlmer re
vealed, It was shown today, that tho
Senator was to havo been ono of the
guests of honor at, the banquet. This
correspondence also showed that It
had been the hope of the club to
make tho dinner notable as a har
monlous occasion at which nil fno
tlons of the Republican party could
break bread together.
At. least Hired Invitations were
pent to Lorlmor, each urging him to
attend the banquet, and to tho lasr
of these he sent li Is acceptance,
IJiiglneer Timothy Hunker wns
killed and .his fireman serlnuHly In
jured near Albany, N. V., when their
engine, hauling n New York Central
freight train, plunged with the cars
Into the Hudson river.
Our Sale is an Unpre
Business is Immense
E 'have boon
all sides. Bargains are simply
wonderful. The people are
Thursday, Friday and
Of This Week
Will be Special Days for
Children's and Women's
Coats and Capes
Weekly Bulletin 61 Per Year
Is the Store
To Buy At
We have given a fair
iilea. of what tho big
stock comprises, but
on account of -"being
crowded for space
we will specialize
right along during
the Sale certain lines
that will bo brought
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